NCR Today: Everyone loves a mystery! And do we have a mystery in figuring out who initiated and secured the meeting between Pope Francis and Kim Davis.
Preview, Contemplative Communities, Part 2: This second edition of a six-part Global Sisters Report series, exploring contemplative orders in the United States, showcases Visitation Sisters based in Minneapolis, Minn.
Preview, Contemplative Communities, Part 1: Here is the first in a six-part series from Global Sisters Report, exploring contemplative orders in the United States.
NCR Today: Kim Davis, the county clerk for Rowan County, Ky., is being represented by a law firm, Liberty Counsel, which has been designated as a "hate group."
Parish Diary: When Pope Francis was here in the United States it was a great week to be a Catholic in America.
Appreciation: Phyllis Tickle, a best-selling religion author, popular speaker and influential scholar, died at her home Sept. 22.
NCR Today: Anti-death penalty activists in Oklahoma and Georgia welcomed Pope Francis’ direct intervention in executions in their states, though they have feelings of both sorrow and hope.
NCR Today: Melkite archbishop of Aleppo, Syria, Jean-Clément Jeanbart, was invited by NCR to share his reaction to Pope Francis' U.N. speech on Sept. 25.
NCR Today: Phones rang off the Catholic Worker headquarters' walls following Pope Francis' address to the U.S. Congress, where he mentioned Dorothy Day -- the organization's co-founder.
Pope Francis met Kim Davis, the Kentucky clerk and conservative Christian who was jailed for refusing to issue marriage licenses for gay couples.